Bell Fibe TV App

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BluntBlaine Offline
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Hi there I am new to the forum and if this is the wrong place to post this question please direct me or move this thread to the correct spot, thank you in advance.

First off I currently have Bell Fibe at my house.

I have an android box with the newest version of Kodi loaded onto it.

I am not looking for free tv.

I am wondering if someone can help me to load on a bell tv app that will allow me to log into my bell services and watch live tv on my android box.

Please any help is appreciated. Thank you.
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I love they way they have this laid out... https://kodi.tv/addons

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shooty Offline
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With Fibe TV you can login from anywhere and watch services you subscribe to.
There also is the fibeTV App on playstore for android devices.
Note: The Android app lets you connect to your receiver using wifi at home, as well as lets you connect over the internet.
i have found the wifi at home method always fails to run, so I recommend you get a user ID password, and login over the Internet.
As for Kodi, someone should compose a FibeTV Addon. I'm sure there are other providers that use the same protocols as Bell.
/kens
(This post was last modified: 2017-05-03 22:12 by shooty.)
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(2017-05-03 22:12)shooty Wrote:  With Fibe TV you can login from anywhere and watch services you subscribe to.
There also is the fibeTV App on playstore for android devices.
Note: The Android app lets you connect to your receiver using wifi at home, as well as lets you connect over the internet.
i have found the wifi at home method always fails to run, so I recommend you get a user ID password, and login over the Internet.
As for Kodi, someone should compose a FibeTV Addon. I'm sure there are other providers that use the same protocols as Bell.
/kens

I've tried the FibeTV app on my phone and it's great! But when I try to load it on my Android box, it says that it's not compatible when it starts up. Is there any way to fake it out?
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